Notre Dame’s Everett Golson Still Intends To Return To School After Serving Punishment
Yesterday, it came out that Notre Dame would be suspending Everett Golson for the Fall 2013 Term. This means that Golson, the former starting quarterback for the Fighting Irish, will miss the upcoming football season, but will have a chance to return to the school if he desires, after serving the suspension.
Today, Everett announced that he was suspended for “poor academic judgment”, but stated that his intentions are to return to Notre Dame:
Everett Golson tells ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi he’s been suspended by Notre Dame for 2013 Fall Term for academic performance, intends to return.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 26, 2013
Everett Golson sent a letter to Tom Rinaldi confirming that ND has suspended him due to “poor academic judgement” and wants to return in ’14
— Matt Barrie (@MattBarrieESPN) May 26, 2013
Former defensive backs Gary Gray and Darrin Walls found themselves in similar situations at Notre Dame, but both returned to have successful football and academic careers.